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This is a post-war Australian made Bren gun cover which is dated 1954. The"DD" marking with the broad arrow the letters stands for "Department of Defence".
This is a rare front pistol grip designed for commandos to allow them to fire the Bren gun from the hip. The pistol grip is marked with the War Department broad arrow and is serial numbered "S27".
This is a MK1 Bren gun manual which has a nice pull-out illustration of the MK1 Bren gun. The manual also has diagrams on the correct use of the sustain fire tripod and shows how it can be adapted to an Anti-aircraft mount.
This is a British army manual for the Automatic L32A1 shot gun. This example is dated 12/06/1967.
This is a British army 1964 dated manual on the 84mm L14A1 recoilless rifle, which was produced by the Swedish firm Carl Gustaf.
This is a British army 1958 dated manual on the No2 MK1 revolver. The manual also shows the proper wearing of associated 37 pattern webbing.
This is a British army 1952 dated manual on the U.S. made 3.5 inch M20. MK2 rocket launcher.
This is a 1942 dated British army revolver manual for instruction on the proper handling of the .38 revolver.
This is a Bren gun sustain fire tripod which can be adapted to an Anti-Aircraft mount with the additional two piece leg. Unfortunately this example is missing its AA leg. The tripod retains most of its original green paint is dated 1943.
This is a Bren gun sustain fire tripod with the extra two piece leg for use as an Anti-Aircraft mount. This example is in excellent condition, dated 1942 and retains most of its original green paint.
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